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Style hongrois (Fr.: ‘Hungarian style’)locked

  • Matthew Head


A term applied to the evocation of romungro (Hungarian gypsy) music-making in west European art music from the mid-18th century to the early 20th. Despite the proximity of Vienna (the principal site of the style hongrois) and Hungary, romungro music was conceived and represented by Austro-German composers as exotic – that is, as existing outside familiar musical, aesthetic and social boundaries (see for example Liszt, ...

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Gesellschaft für Musikforschung: Kongress-Bericht [1950-]
Journal of Musicology
Kroměříž, Arcibiskupský zámek, hudební sbírka
Musical Quarterly
Music & Letters
Beiträge zur Musikwissenschaft